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You've been injured and you need answers. Get our dedicated team on your side today.
Our personal injury lawyers at Hughes and Coleman are committed to providing you the best, most efficient, and most affordable legal services. We understand how stressful these situations are and want to make the process as simple and straight forward as possible. When you have suffered a personal injury, you should be focusing on getting better. Our team is ready to represent you and make sure your best interests are looked after.
Our family atmosphere will help to make you relax a little, and feel at home. We pride ourselves in our team spirit that supports you in every step of your journey. When we support each other in a team environment we are also able to support you in the best possible way. That’s the power of Hughes and Coleman Injury Lawyers.
James L. Kerr
Graduated from Northern Kentucky University with a Bachelor of Arts degree and continued on to receive his Masters of Business Administration from Xavier University, his Doctorate of Education from the University of Cincinnati, and his Juris Doctorate from the Salmon P. Chase College of Law
United States Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit
United Stated District Court, Eastern and Western District of Kentucky
Specific Areas of Practice
Legal/Community Organization Involvement
Department of Workers' Claims, Administrative Law Judge
Hope Center, Volunteer
Kentucky Bar Association
University of Louisville, Adjunct Professor of Law
The Use of Social Networking in Workers' Comp Litigation
Workers' Compensation Practice Tips & Pointers
What ALJs Wish Adjusters Knew/Understood About Workers'
Policy Reasons Driving the Proposed Changes
Mock BRC/Settlement/ALJ Opinions
Developing the Workers' Comp Claim File for Judges
Conducting the Formal Hearing
Subrogation and Exclusive Remedy
Practice Tips and Pointers
Administrative Law Judge Perspectives
Workers' Compensation Comprehensive Case Study
Application of the Multipliers
CompEd Continuing Education Seminar, Louisville, KY, June 3, 2005